What fun we had – ‘Raw’ 2012

Well our pop-up student show has been and gone but what a great time we had.  The venue was perfect – fashionable Fitzrovia in London’s west end and right under the iconic Post Office Tower.

The opening party or should I say ‘private view’ was a storm – loads of people came and from the very start there was this amazing atmosphere – so positive, we all noticed it and it just added to our fun and enjoyment.

We all worked so well as a team and whilst our artistic inspiration is pretty similar (we are all interested in the pyschological depth of our subjects, aiming to bring out their raw emotional state) – there was a great variety of work on show from the very figurative / realistic to the more abstract.

I must say, self-curation is a challenge but very satisfying… And we all sold work!




Again we would like to thank ActeArts, www.actearts.org for very kindly providing us with the gallery space

…and my wife Jo for doing the photography www.joscottimages.co.uk

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1 Response to What fun we had – ‘Raw’ 2012

  1. Would love to have popped in. 🙂

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